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Ardmore, Wednesday, April 14, 1909.
PAGE EIGHT THE DAILY ARDMOREITE. For a Quarter of a Century The Bush & Gerts Piano Company Hue manufactured high grade pianos, l'th upright i 1 ;;r.ind, and have atuined a position in thr pi.uio , :strv second to none. This is the only piano made t . west bearing the L'MON LABEL. If u :ire t '-ted in the purchase of a piano you will do wi ll before buying. We -I f us . nd hand and uod pianos that have been taken i;:tc on ne .-. piari'i and on our Int nor p!a r arc ottering at greatlx reduced prue. LUKES MUSIC S10RE ESTABLISHED 1895. ARDMORE, OKLA. WANT ADS 3 LINES 3 TIMES 1 3 DIMES ! Busiiiess Getters! WANTED. V MKII I'll to leant barber tr.nT , j. w wceka coiupletea, 00 iti iia (otstnntly huay, cat f ill In- rurtoi .. tools given, diplomas minted, wages Saturilua, ponltlons wnltlnr, wonderful deinand for rr.idunlft, write for catnlogue. Mew 1 r Uarbcr College, U.dlas, Texas, 110 r V NThl) Vou to know that I sell f . wrlti rs, new and second litmil and n build machines In titock. Al io n i nlr mid ovorhtiul them. Homer 1. Ikr.d l'tiot.o 118. 21-tf WWII l) You to know that I am i id exrlualve iiresser ami i! n .n ir nipt ii... ..it.. ur.i. .... ...'MeVarlane at Urn M Phone 2H5. 1-luio WWTH) To make you Jarm loans, i'rl: r.c'uui, no delay, reasonable r"i of Interest. O. I.. Chancellor, our DPi. r Dry CmhIs Co. luff SPECIAL NOTICES. ,i i w.ini an ubatrset of tHke i an thing In I-ovn County, w.r-- or phone the Jordan i v. the only up-to-date bond t .uteni In Ijve County ! I ( ' I ' 1 1 I i' i- of all klnda bought and li nt colleoud laid looked 'I'' Jordan Company, Marl oh i 31 III ( 1 1 ' till Ol.l--If yur unnie rlckw from Uto rolls ot f - tiiiH's, or you Iibvo other ' . fore the Interior deirt wr .- Immediately to William 'i'. regis tereel attorney, i lxan nnd on, U. C. Trust Whig., nt II01WU OWNRRH 1 i our horaes at the fair " itde nnd drive. I will i ii. is and trotters on the i i d:.' track. Have had more n years experience. Tel- . ' blue, and t will call a Kd Ijwrence. 13-6 MKN I will furnish' I for cement work on - .it tiaiui Hvillc. Write at ii ues. James Nichols, Texaa. 18-S i miK? Advertise It In Tfce Want columtw. FINANCIAL. eiM ) LOAN Oh farina nt e unit no detay wlmt- wen a nextcr. 7-lm Read This. YnUs te-nter, Kan., ftepL IS, 100S. Afte r my doctors gave tue up to die Hulls Texas Wonder wired me ot kidney nnd bladder trouble. It Is the best im.Mlcl.io em eartth. Mr. H. H , Johnson. Sold by all .IcukbIsU. 1)&W S nro now delisting lM'Rit ' VTKU ini" tir wagon a Ml or i Tclcphom ICC and ' oar Ur, 'mioiu: icn i.ifiiiT & imwkr ( OMI'VNY. also have a lunnin i f FOR SALE. J'oit $l.K IG.Ooo aires of laud in iViiil.'y and (ira foiintlcB. All In one Kolid iMMly. 7,00J atrea of flno tillable land. If you are looking for InimI when the eye are directed to an investment this la th thing you ward Hie xnuie dijeet, ao they -tie want. ltallrtad rtina ibrouRh land. . , , ..... l ine place for town, altlotnick Is already built. Till la the Iwat colo- nUatlnn ami townslte proposition In iho weal. Prlco $S pr acre; one third ah. balunce on terms to suit u, .1, ,w. n-..i aw 220 a rrn in Cooke county to sell at a bargain. Tor further Information address all communications to J. W. Maxwell and I. h. Dicker mart, Oalneavllle, Texaa. 11-0 mil SAUC-i.OOfl arreH well liupnn"- d. !i per cent farming land, -too acres in cultivation, two rui.nli.u creeka on land, ull prairie Ian1 with J.",(M)0 residence and other rent houaea, good proapeci i lor oil and gas. I'or price aud tc-iM write W. It. Ingram. Cornish, Okl.i 21'wktHn FOK RA l.K 1 laving sold my paa- ture. I in ik offer for sale cheap. the following stork: One I old Standard llred Klectrlte stal- eye tlre so slightly that you do not linn, one I year old reglaterexl black blink- mure thai, mice In thirty or tlilr Jack, So head of coming one and y -llf seconds. two year old mulca, 2.1 head of saddle horse. J. 11. Itoier. Itasca Hill county, Texas. 1 l-2ot TO,t Ah-At .wln. lUock 51 on Hargrove iieignia, roou ii-room dwelling, burn, out building, city water, una In front ot door, H00 fruit trees, grapes and blackberries, part cash, balance terms if dostred. P. II. Nellson. phone 651. 19-lm IXjK HAI.K (iiMJil paying business tit AtdiiiiMe. only business of the kind in tiy. Win invoice about $::..'.ti". A bargain, owner has other busi ness. Address K e'. M , chic ot Ardmoreite. i pr For BALIS Very cheap, S Smith plain feeders good as new, U Win hip gin stnttds lu good running order. K. H. Heed, llrock, Okln. O-i in KOR 8AUB- OUl papers, good to go under carpets, paper the walls of your rooms or make warm fires Ardmoreite id flee. i,)R s.UK-120u casta buys iots buys 10 aud 11 iu block :I37. on Main street. Address 1 Pefferle. Wcs' Toledo. Ohio. 11-1 m Ardtuorollo Wtt Ails are tiusy all Bio Hrae and they will get you a buyer for most anjrrhlug. KllU PROMPT HAI.K 1,1st our prop erty with K. 10 Ouillot, 1.1 N. Wash ington St. Ptf FOR RENT, mil RBNTOn 0 street nd Second Ave., K. W one C-room house, gas, water, lights, baths. Onu 8-room house and two largo halls. One 0 riHi.n house. All iu good order. A. I). Chase. ur FOR RUNT Nice four-room house on west Main street, gas, -water ami sewerage. Apply to J. . Spraghis. ntf 1,'ojt rknt Nico suite offloe room Over del. DIUler's store. U. W. Ran 3tt KOR RUNT- Four-room house, mod ern conveniences. Arthur Sinclair. 12tf Wan7 "to" sell o.,r place? tlgt ,t tr0UKll t)l(, )t lU A dver- ALBATROSS T ' u th' mm olu hi irdmon of th- l" t I'e r EYES, EARS ANO NOSE Curious Facts About These Or gans of the Human Head. n,., n,T,r, nr -rur- rvr The Call li Covered With a Tough and Elastic Coat, and the Pupil Is a Deep Hole Filled by a Tranparent Lent. The Nerves ef the Note. I lil it erer occur to jnu to inquire why Hip eyeball of tho eye la white? Tin' rens-m la rather curious Tlw bl'MMt tcsst. which supply Ita Hurfp.cr tin- a line that they 1o not admit thf red rorpnm lin of the blood. The tfltntl la covered with a coat known the "Tuulcu sclerotic." whirl) u smnilngly tough ami elastic m i . 1 cover the e-ntln twll with the pv .pth.n nf the part hehlntl where tun opiie nerve enter ami of the cornea In front. The pupil of the eye In a deep holo Ailed by a transparent lens ml fitted with h moat esquislte ar rangement of muscli which ishien It wlici Hi- llarht la dim anil narrow It In a "Irons glum. Do jou know that you have n "blind sput" In each eye? That la, 11 atnull portion of the retina Ik Incapable of suiting the sensation of rlalou wbell It reccUra the image of an object. Hils blind spot ciirrcsitornl with tint artery lying in the center of the optic nerve. Ity u womlerful provlalou of nature the bllml upots do not corn- n ihwhuhhi e. ami lew neyonu . i.m-- tors und oi. I Ma ii are even aware of .. , , '. their exmteiire. rn,.,i,.ay nil ponM.ru are rtcht or left ejed. nlthotiKh they may nut know it. one eye la nearly ulway a little stnmser than the other and eon. miuently N mwmI more. Of coiirae th.i difference la many case in mi great that it has to lie urtlncially corrected. In mauy a-c. ton. the pupils of the two cyet vary quite considerably In Kixe. .SliorlHlglitiiliiesi. It haa lieen proved, la more i-ommon among eople with light roloriil eyes tl.au tlio-.- with dark. At the huiiih time, among gray eyrd per'.oitH sr found thone with till most powerful heiiie f vlnlon of any. Muscular fatigue of the eye can bo measured by the number of Involun tary eyelid movements, or blinks, made tier minute, licail by candlelight or other Insultli-letit illumination and you will llnd yourself blinking even times n minute. In ordinary gnslight you blink about three times a minute, but If you work in Mofteued day light or by 1 lie yeiasiies give most iHerni niu III shading the eyes. The average per pon has tO or l.Hi hairs on the upper lid and N' or HV on the lower, or, say. I.VI to .-.00 lasln-s In all. The cycInshiNi are not permanent They are constantly falling out aud growing ngnln and are entirely re newesl at leut three limes a year Along their cilges the eyelids nr pro vided with a little oily secretion, just KUlllclent to keep the tears, which wahh and keep clean the eyes, from overllowlng. I'tyebrows which i.tow thick atpl dark are a very sure sign of a good constitution and physical endurance. If they are lighter than the hair, they Indicate lack of vitality. The nisM', so far as apiearnncp goev la the n.ot liniMirtnnt feature of the face, nnd few people are aware v how much Its eventual shape depends on character and profession. At leu a boy's nose may he a "pug" pure anil rdmplo. at fifteen it may be almost Oreek. and nt tweuty-tlve It may hae developed a fiowerful bridge ami be come practically Kouuiti. Almost ev ery great gelierul who ever lived, from Alexander the ejrent to Wellington aud nnicral (iiHnt. bad n ltoiuan uos... It Is to the delicate nerves of amell In the niMH' ti .it we owe our apprecia tion of ii well cook is I dinner and Hue wine. The palate has comparatively little to do with It. We have no apct'lal reason to be proud f our ear. The human ear U Inllnltoly Inferior to the movable, fun 1H1 sliiipeil ear trumpet pisok-sstsl by tht horse, by cattle or een by tha rab bit or hare. Iluth men uud apes have lost the 'power of moving their ester littl ears, uud there are many sounds, such as the squeak of a bat. which are absolutely beyond the compass of the human auditory apparatus. There Is one lax-ulisr polut about the ears. Of all ur features, they ste tlnwe nut likely to be exactly similar In site and shape. We have already mentioned that tin two eyes of oue Individual are very seldom alike. The same way ho said of the face as a whole. Duly - per cent of the whole human race are pos sensed of nbaolutely symmetrical faces. In seventy-four persons out of n hun dred the left side of the face Is larger than the right; lu twenty-four the right Is the larger; lu tvo the two sides are simitar. Next time yo.i visit the photographer, remember this fact. One side of your prolile will look better than the other. I'earson's Weekly. In Haste. Wife Walt a moment, my dear. 1 want you to mall a letter. I'm most through. II tsp mil Icip i't mt' Wife Indeed it s I sent n tele mm to Sis'cr I i. y tti's morning, and now l n wrltl' g t lu telegraph oper ator lu our town telling him to hurrj tud deliver ILNaw York Wtokly. Origin of DUekmtll. Tlio etymology of tin- expression , "blackmail" In historically Interesting. It appear to lime lis nrliflii on the Scottish lionler ami l:ti I ttsr from times when rio,,ui.t puiitHui r.-... tetwwn the IIjoq two kiu. loins of our Mauds tacitly JuxtltloO a m.rt of perennial ter , ' " ""T .f !" I'.'" " VX? restrial buccaneering .is lietweeti bor of the lonli'r. Their tielihtortiiil vl tlnia to ave their uittle fioin lieiim lt..t .1.... t.l.k.l fnr atifa '"" , ' . .r, ;- ty by an annua pajmi'tit aa innurnnce ,:. ,.... n',.,. r. nt lv them liiimuiilty. tint entailed them to protect them from rival liwlxmt ir It waa their "mall." or "pi- tMtUn ' TWi ....... II" tuttnh ttn n ,mme,rbeeaue It had Ita armed r,nnl with laidwl hliiniierbitra on the dh key l$ut the mall .mid by l-order fanner, wsa n..t for nonet royal protection. but for tf.ii.rUlanMdp by thieve, and lH?nce waa "black" ...nil. the c-olor of black being typical of what wa nefu rlotu. whether In art or In guardian ship, while the guardian of tula -tamp wna known n- the - blnckguard" of the district. 'I'he hiat named latter day term of repnieh wma to tunc oh talne.1 It- exprea-loi. originally ai here deaerllNMl-l..do Pield . . Might a. Well Enjoy It. Mr. Jnekaon. w ad but recently move,! Int.. the ...bu.b. knew lil nelghlMir on either hand by olsht only. and eoiipmntly .... u cold winter'.- night when I.N home eaught lire he wax ttrprl-ed and pleifeil by the alai- rlty with which they came to render their Htslatam e "Sav." Jncksou velle.1 excltedlv to his right hand neighbor, "will you run down to the comer and turn In the alarm V" "I'm awfully wirry. r." the tunu an swered, "but I hue a lame leg and enn't run." "While I'm getting out wome of the thing will you yell tire'.'" said .lack-t-on, turning to the other man. "Got laryngitis and euu't yell." wild the other In a stage whisper. Jnrkaon gasped: but. pulling himself together, he oxclnlmcd: Well, both of you go Into the house and bring out chairs, then sit down nnd enjoy the flre!" Ion. -Youth's Compiin- A Woman and 3 Watch "Women don't deserve to own watch e.," reismtly remarked a Jeweler "They don't know how to take enre of tuciy. A woman bought a wntch from of departure. He made friends with my firm recently, and 1 gave her strict the jMistinaster. learned his habits nnd Instructions to wind It every twenty- took wax Impressions of his keys, lie four hours nnd always flic same then returned to Kurope, leaving lie hour as nenrly us possible. Two days hind him a memory of pleasant man Inter she ciimo back with It nnd snld new nnd good fellowship. !t had stopped. Well, I found It had A few months Inter he was lu Africa run down. I told her. but she Insl-ted ngalu. disguised nnd unknown, llo she hud wound It. Two or three days niado his way up country to the point later she came back with the same where the diamonds had to be carried complaint, and again I tried to lm- across n ferry on their way to the press her with the necessity for wind- coast. Unshipping the chain of the Ing It. Again she Insisted she had done ferry, he sent thu boat downstream, so uud went away inltTed. The third nnd the next convoy of dlamouds time she came I asked her to show mc missed the mall. how she had wound it. Then 1 made All that remained for Itaymond to do a peculiar discovery. The woman was was to unlock the safe lu the post left handed, and In attempting to wind otllcc nnd go otT with the treasure, the watch she had wound It the wrong which by n fine stroke of Ironical hit way. I've bad poctillar experiences mor he presently sold to Its rightful with customers, but that licnts all." owners In Ilnttou garden. This was New York Sun. Paintinu a Yawn. A picture by Miss Matid Karl, who bus been eiilleil the bnlv l.nii(Kccr. cli- titled "The Vagabonds." is a marvel- "nt-rtaln a great deal one day won- ous portrait of tw cldedly lK.lieti.lan I"rei1 ,vliv 1"-,r I,Iw"-v --'''med Irish teirlers. one of which Is yawning hU uncemifortiible. widely at the spectator. Miss Kail 11 l"''"use of your clocks." said found' that her canine model would not n ,'r'"d''1 rlvwl "''rv nr.- three yawn, so she hud to sit In front of lilm wUil1' larlinr distance of your draw and yawn hcrseir for a long time. ro('"' t'"t Mrlke. I don't know Suddeiilv he t.M.k the hint nnd proved of anything that makes company feel an admirable sitter. Hut wl.i. the pic- 'l""'' M' ""comrortnble as to hear a ture was exhibited It tiliulo nil the pis. c'0 "rlke. Somehow It Is bound to pie who came to see It v.iwu then K,v'' tU" Impre-slon that we have out selves, aud Miss Karl used to mingle ta.ve.l our welcome and the hostess with the crowd and wntch with In- Is anxious to get rid of us. of course tense amnseitie.it the yawns running u,,,t u l,ur''!-v " "'"tter of fnncy. yet round the coiiipauv.-Iudon M. A. IV eli'w striking clock ulways seems J to say, 'You'd better be going.' The ... ,w. wise hostess knows that, and If she Japanese Women. 1 We do not deny that In the days of old Japan women were (might and trained to hold ami did occupy a po sition Inferior to that of man. although its mothers thej were regarded with the highest resiH'ct ami devotion. Hut Ihose elays tire gone, and today our dniiKhters are given full freedom to live and act with perfect equality as their sisters of the west, while our mothers retain their oi l positions of honor and estcem.-.Inpati 'l imes. ni.. r.ihr,,.-,, There hue been muiiy leges of the famous rook of Olbrattar. but the successful, and the man gradually re greatest was the one sustained from vercd from the snnke poison which the combined land and son forces of the reptile had indlr.Htly transmitted l.'rance and Spain. 1771;SS. For four Idm.-I'iill Mall Citxetle. year all the Kwors ami roMiuives of the science of the time were .thausl.sl The Heiress Abroad, by the assailants without suciuss. fn "On your trip abroad, did you seo tier the inspiring leadership of Sir any wonderful old ruins V he asked, tleorge Kllot the besieged more t tin n "Yes." she replied archly, "and guess held their own In erne of the most memorable sieges In nil hUtory Answered. "Do you dance on your toes. Miss Quick w It V" "Never, Mr. Clutnsey. Other people do that for mc " And he didn't know Just what she meant until he tiled to get mother dancu with hT Very Handy, Closefist-lt cost me over $.".000 to give Harry that course In Industrial arts, lleidxe Hut he must he ipilte handy with h's tools now'' Closefmt Yes. and the I'lM Job he did was to put up awimirfs on the shady side of tie' house. He conquer twice who restrains himself In vlctory.-Syrus. EVENED UP MATTERS. Way a pine mpo,ed n curl Came to Be Remitted. A raw mountaineer g"t back nt .Tudge M;S(, Wr,sht of tlM. ,.onu clrftlIt n vor.v clever way. While the Judge was in-milling over the Chattooga su- porlor court ho hal occasdou to plas- !er a fifteen do-lar ft,,., on this man liecaue he failed to apjicar In time aa a Itnets In a wise Say, Jedire. Iinln't that ptirty steepT mlWIy Inquired the rhnttiwpin. .... ' .. ..... ..v ... i... foply. "ioit kilt now you were an Important wltnrs In thH ense and ouRht to have lccu here. I will wtapond payment, however, and hold It over you to aee that there Is no like rouble In the future." Ijiter JuiIkc Wright w-aa ppomlltit: u ;'0- a l'P"lnr V un... ivuji,, mllcs tnm " " had a I1"" u,,t rro' ""J1 villi-, and he b mountaineer hap- I - em - 'l to deliver It. what do I owe von.- asked the Judge genially, reaching for Ida -'l""W pocket. Jdge. I reckon nbout $1.. mM square ua." was the calm reply. "Wlmtr yelled Judge Wright, atag- goring lick. , "Mobbe J' w"'t 9, ,,U,ru ,ice,r- l(,",t ?xt " ,K,ut l,,!'vl -vo lni'k- ' nge" was the l.nperturbab o answer. "If whispered the perturl). Jurist. "I II Just remit that Ilfteen Mur ,lu 1 llUt 01 .vou Uow" 1,1 hl,,u- mervllle. "M "P; rll!t bo,lt squares UH Jtls-'1'-" .... "'m true, nil right, because Judge Wright told It on hiinself.-Atlanta Georgian. A CLEVER THIEF. His Capture and Sale of a Consign, ment of Diamonds. An expert criminal named Itaymond Is described by Sir Uobert Andernon ns a Napoleon of crime. The plot which he devised for the theft of diamonds worth ?irACXHJ nnd which he carried out with n masterly forethought nnd address Is uuriMiled. Diamonds wore habitually sent from Klmberley to the coast just in time to catch the mall steamer for Kurope. Were the convoy delayed the gems wore locked up In the postolhce until the next steamer left the harbor. Raymond, profiting by u knowledge of those simple f.tcts, Uslted the port Raymond's uinsterplece. Ulack wood's Miign.iuc. Time Reminders Unpopular. A wet side woman who wished to " iu ,.io.om,. comfortable she shuns a clink that strikes." New Y'orl; Times. Transmitted Snake Bite. An extraordinary case of snnke pol- sonnig reporicii irniu a e'ouniry nos- lttul In Victoria. An old man was brought lu in a comatose state and showing all the symptoms of halng been bltlou by u enomoiis snake. Hut on investigation it was found he hail been bitten by a dog, which died ill- most Immediately afterward from snnke bite. Medical treatment was w-hat; WellV" "One of (hem wanted to marry me." Harper's Weekly. Coif and Brains. The radical type of golf enthusiast Is exemplltled lu the retort of u St. An- elrew's caddie to the university pro- fessor. "Onybody can teach a wheen loorm I.allu and tlreel;. but gowf, ye fee. gowf riMiulri'H a held." A Wise Student. Professor (examining medical fdu- denti If you are called out to n pa- tlent, what Is the llrst question you would tihU V Medical Student Where ho lives' Philadelphia Inquirer, iriie ijcucts 0f men are their books, eyut are their tutors, great actions In, tla.r ,.o,iueuce. An Investment Bearing Four Per Cent Available always, with absolute socttrtty in tlio Depositors' Guaranty Kund, is an idual disposition of individual savings or trust funds This bank pays FOUR PER CENT INTEREST on do posits. No Government Liond or high grade railroad secur ity will yield as great returns as a Saving Account with this bank. Get the benefit of this interest and open an account with us, Vou will be accorded every service and consideration possible. THE FIRST STATE BANK Ardmore, Okln. Our Wireless Message to You Is that you take advantage at your earliest opportunity to deposit your money with The Ardmore State Bank It immediately begins earning you good interest, and you are guaranteed PERFECT secur ity. We want your business! I.. I ANOKRSON, l'res. MOHAN SCOTT, Vice-Pros, t. I.. A NO KRS ON, Cashier. KIJ SANDI.IN, Asst. Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Ardmore, OKla. Capital Paid In $60,000.00 Surplus Funds .165,000.00 Total $225,000.00 The oldest bank in Indian Territory. Accounts of firms and individuals solicited upon the most liberal terms consistent with ood banking. J. A. HIVHN.S, President. DON LACY, Vice President. A. 11. PALMKIt, Cnshler. O. 11. WOLVKKTON, Asst. Onshier. The City National Bank Ardmore, Oklahoma. Capital $100,000.00 Surplus Funds 100,000.00 Accounts of firms and individuals solicited. Courteous treatment accorded to all alike. COMMITTED SUICIDE. At T. K. Kearney's Hardware Store, ten thousand flies hy flying agalnat his ecreen doors. 2Stf A want ad may Inlng you bar gains, hut A. n. Itawllna can supply them In Furniture and Hotiso Fur nishings, with ccrtninty. Mm A Want Ad Will get It for you. IT'S To get your door covering, window shades, etc., for housekeeping. I have a big stock of linoleum, matting, art squares and rugs of all sizes, that I bought to sell and not to keep. Come in and see the beautiful pat terns. I'll save you money on anything for the house. Your credit is ood. W. M. HILLIS Furniture, Stoves and House Furnishings. Civil Service Examination. An examination for the position of railway mall clerk will bo held at the postofflco In this city on May 15, 190D. For application blanks, nnd for full information relative to the examina tion, qualifications, duties, salaries, etc., address Secretary, Hoard ot Civ il Service Examiner, Postoffice. City. TIME Want Ad Will get It for you